As winter approaches, Chicago’s ice skating rinks are gearing up for the season, with the iconic Maggie Daley Skating Ribbon open for the season.
That attraction, located in downtown Chicago, opened for the season on Friday, and will remain open through early March, weather permitting.
Tickets can be purchased in advance on the Chicago Park District’s website.
Admission with skate rental costs between $16 and $22, with reduced price tickets available online.
The ribbon is open seven days per week beginning at 11 a.m., with resurfacing taking place every two hours, according to the park district.
Those who bring their own skates can save big, with admission maxing out at $5 during peak times. In addition to skate rental, locker rentals are also available for a fee, according to officials.
In addition to the skating ribbon, the Chicago Park District outdoor skating rinks are scheduled to open for the season on Friday, weather permitting.
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